SILVERSTONE — Logan Sargent Became the first driver from the United States to win Formula Two races when he postponed the challenge from Théo Pourchelle to claim his victory at the British Grand Prix on Sunday.
Sargent, a member of the Williams Formula One Team Driver Academy, started from the pole for the first time and controlled the race from the front while staying calm under the pressure of the Frenchman Pourchelle.
"To me, and for Carlin (of the team), winning the first pole position, the first feature race, was honestly not as happy as this," said Sargent. rice field. "The car is fully connected and I look forward to doing this more regularly."
Brazil's Felipe Dragovich is the drivers' championship with 148 points. Continues to lead, followed by Pourchell at 106. Sargent came in third with 88.
Sargent's victory was a rebranded Formula Two American, and his fellow IndyCar-driving compatriot Alexander Rossi won the then GP2 Series in Abu Dhabi in 2013.
There was some caution in the incident-filled race, but most seriously when Roy Nissany went off course significantly off course on lap two and returned directly to the circuit on Dennis Hauger's pass. was.
A Norwegian driver's car flew in the air, flew over the Nissany and then stopped on gravel, and the halo device kept the Israelis safe. (Report by Steve Keating at Silverstone, edited by Ed Osmond)